Education in the 21st Century

21st Century Teaching and  Learning

Education has changed dramatically over the past ten years or so. Teachers are working hard to equip children with knowledge and skills to succeed in the 21st century.

In addition to instilling in children the flexibility to readily adapt to changing technologies, teachers foster a learning environment that encourages critical thinking, creativity, problem-solving, communication, collaboration, global awareness, and social responsibility

Innovative & Creative Teaching and Learning

  • Aman Ceria has always been at the forefront of development in creative, innovative teaching and learning. 


  • Involvement in the Enrichment offers exposure to an extended range of learning opportunities in a wide variety of specialized fields of interest such as sports, art, cultural, ballet, performing arts as well as holiday camps and field trips for children to participate in and out of school hours.

  • In addition to learning the basic skills of reading, writing, math, and technology, lessons are designed to inspire creativity, innovation, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, collaboration while they are having Fun!


  • Children develop personal skills, leadership skills, IT skills and environmental awareness through a holistic and integrated curriculum.


  • We prepare children for lifelong learning, cultivating habits and attitudes that enable them to face difficulty confidently and creatively.


  • Aman Ceria is a family school where caring for each other occurs in an environment that promotes consideration, cooperation, and courtesy. 

6 strategies to prepare children for the future


Integrated Technology means tapping into students' interests and strengthening their technical skills, all while providing enriching learning opportunities.

Cooperative Learning 
encourage interaction among the students. Children discuss class materials with their friends or in groups, thus maximizing the level of participation.

Differentiated Instruction
 small-group work is one of the most effective ways to meet the needs of diverse learners. Teachers match assignments to readiness levels, allowing children to select activities based on areas of interest.

Goal Setting
 involving children in the goal-setting process is an excellent way to encourage them to take ownership of their learning.

 teaching multiple subjects help students go much deeper in learning concepts and skills. It can be easy to blend math, science, or social studies content with reading or writing.

Assessment for Learning allows teachers to monitor, how the children are learning, using observations, questioning strategies, class discussions, among other methods.


21st Century Skills and Competencies

Preparing Children for the Future


As educators, we are determined to help our children reach their full potential to prepare them for the world where success will require more flexibility, creativity, innovation, and social intelligence than ever before. It is clear that our school systems need to respond better to a changing world.

Education must encourage children natural curiosity and enthusiasm, and be enriched by exploration, discovery, problem-solving and creative thinking. 

Children learn the core content subjects— languages, English, math, science, social studies, arts and enhanced by incorporating "4 C's" critical thinking communication, collaboration, and creativity include problem-solving, and innovation.


The Important of the 4 C's:
Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration, Creativity

1) Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Critical thinking and problem-solving have long been valued skills in society. Learning critical thinking and problem-solving leads children to develop other skills, such as concentration, deeper analytical abilities, and improved thought processing.


2) The Importance of Communication

Communication is a two-way street. The art of communication involves listening and speaking as well as reading and writing.
Good communication includes being observant and focusing on the other person.

3) The Importance of Collaboration 

Collaboration is essential in our classroom because much of the work is accomplished in teams. When children work collaboratively, the group can generate more knowledge. 

4) Creativity and Innovation 

Creativity is closely intertwined with some of the other skills previously identified. Innovation today has a social component and requires adaptability, leadership, teamwork, and interpersonal skills. Increasingly, today the capacity to innovate is linked to the ability to connect with others and with a facility for communication and collaboration.





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